Values Boxes: Getting to know children on a deeper level
A child’s values are the things that are most important to them, the things they feel inspired from within to do, the stuff that makes their little worlds tic. It is important to know children's values, because this is where they will both give and receive love, where they will feel heard and respected, what they are most likely to hear and remember.
When we truly understand somebody else, by taking the time to know what is important to them, then we take our communication to a much deeper level.
This is a fun way to implement this into your daily family, classroom or therapy routine and to keep up to date with the ever-changing people in your life.
In our rushed and rather over-filled lives, we tend to ask children questions that don't get to the heart of who they are, that never really touch on their deepest values and highest aspirations. We tend to ask things like "How was your day?" or "Did you sleep well?" and get the inevitable "fine" in response.
I'd like to give you a practical tool for going beyond 'fine' and to accessing the incredibly complex world inside a child's head. This is a quick, simple, and fun way to connect with a child's changing values on a daily basis...
A great gift for parents, teachers and therapists, the Values Box offers over 200 questions designed to stimulate conversations and connect with the hearts and minds of the children in your life.
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Find out what children are thinking about, dreaming about, working towards and excited to pursue. Get to know what makes them feel scared, what they need when they feel sad, and which rules they think are unfair. Share your own embarrassing moments, valued traits, and ideas on what could improve in the world.
Use these questions as a starting point for deeper conversations about life, love, friendships and faith. Find out just how deeply little people ponder, catch limiting beliefs before they grow, and entice them into questioning the greater questions in life.
Most importantly, have fun getting to know each other!